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Light fixture smell like it running too rich

My grandparents moved to this home in 1998 thare this lamp for the bastment stairs that everytime you turn it on you can smell overheating wiring thay change the bulb out to a lower watt bulb but the smell
is still thare when it turn on something tell me the wiring
on the lamp has gone faulty and overheats when the lamp is on i dont
doubt it sins the lamp is pretty old

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